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Coppélia DVD (The Royal Ballet)

Coppélia DVD (The Royal Ballet)

This 19th century classic, in an enchanting production by The Royal Ballet choreographer Dame Ninette De Valois, with original designs by Sir Osbert Lancaster.
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Coppélia, a mechanical doll made by the toy-maker Dr. Coppelius, is so life-like that some believe she is his daughter. The mistake leads to intrigue and jealousy in love. This 19th century classic, in an enchanting production by Royal Ballet choreographer Dame Ninette de Valoise, with original designs by Sir Osbert Lancaster, was broadcast live by BBC television in February 2000.

 

A Royal Ballet Production

Music: Léo Delibes

Dancers: Carlos Acosta, Leanne Benjamin, Luke Heydon, Iohna Loots & Leana Palmer

Choreographer: Dame Ninette de Valois after Lev Ivanov and Enrico Cecchetti

Orchestra of The Royal Opera House, Nicolae Moldoveanu

Plus: Historic 10-minute film "The Ballet Moves" / Illustrated biography of Sir Osbert Lancaster (1908-86) / Introduction to the original broadcast by Deborah Bull / Illustrated booklet with synopsis and biographies in English, French and German

 

Picture: 16:9

Sound: Dolby Surround 5.1

Format: NTSC

Region code: 0 Worldwide

Running Time: 120 mins

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DVDs > Ballet
DVDs > Royal Opera House Titles

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